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You will now be able to hear Wrexham AFC games LIVE on Calon FM! We will be covering every game, home and away* with our experienced team, including Mark Griffiths, the club’s long standing commentator.

How to tune in

On air – 105fm

Online – Via our listen live link (click here)

App – Download the Tunein app  search ‘Calon FM’ to listen on the move (click here)

Carl Hogan, Wrexham Football Club Media Manager said, “I’m really happy to finally get this over the line, I believe our fantastic commentaries deserve a wider audience, and I believe being on the Calon platform will certainly deliver that. I believe our commentaries should be free of charge for our supporters. I urge all supporters to get on board with our new commentary partner Calon FM and, support our commentary sponsors and advertisers.”

Football fans can also hear all things Wrexham AFC on our weekly Dragonheart show – Every Friday at 4pm

* Coverage of away games is dependent on the internet connectivity of each stadium.

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Useful Links

Twitter – @CalonFM / @Wrexham_AFC / @DragonheartWxm / @CommentaryWAFC

Facebook – Calon FM / Wrexham AFC / Dragonheart

Web – Wrexham AFC

Email – /

Next Fixture – Saturday 19th August – Maidstone United (A) Coverage 2.45pm, Kick-Off 3pm

Listen again  – 

Tuesday 15th August – Wrexham AFC vs Gateshead FC

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Joey Jones and Stuart Bellis representing Eagles Meadow

Football idol Joey Jones has launched a search for an unsung young hero or heroine.

Joey has joined forces with The Leader newspaper and Eagles Meadow Shopping Centre in Wrexham to honour a local youngster aged under 18.

The aim is identify and pay tribute to Wrexham’s Young Legend who deserves credit for what they have already achieved in life.

It may be that they have shown great courage in overcoming illness or it could recognise their dedication in caring for a disabled or sick parent. Equally, it could be because of their success in sport.

The winner will receive a £200 voucher for a spending spree at Eagles Meadow, as well as family tickets to the Odeon cinema and Tenpin at the shopping centre.

According to Joey, 62, he’s delighted be involved because young people often gained a “bad press” which they didn’t deserve. Read the rest of this entry »

Today’s National Student Survey results reveal that 85% of students at Wrexham Glyndwr University (WGU) are satisfied with teaching on their course.

Overall satisfaction was 82%, based on the experiences of final year students in the 2016/17 academic year.

Professor Maria Hinfelaar, Vice-Chancellor, said: “I am pleased to see that we have once again scored highly for the quality of our teaching, following our Silver Award in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).

“It is particularly heartening as these are the views of this year’s graduating students, and their academic progress is at the top of our agenda.”

WGU students in the Planning (Urban, Rural and Regional) subject areas were the most satisfied in the UK in this year’s survey.

Overall satisfaction in Management Studies and Mechanical, Production and Manufacturing Engineering programmes was the highest in Wales.

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Arfon Jones, the new North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner at Police HQ in Colwyn Bay.

A police boss has hailed the decision to “burst the bubble” after travel restrictions on fans were lifted for the next football derby between Wrexham and Chester as a victory for common sense.

North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones was delighted to learn to learn that there will be a return to normal policing for the game at the Deva Stadium at 7.45pm on Friday, November 10.

The commissioner urged both sets of fans to be on their best behaviour to ensure there was no return to the bubble restrictions.

A review of the arrangements was conducted after there was no trouble at the two games last season.

The restrictions meant that fans were ferried to the so called “bubble matches” by designated transport only The restrictions were introduced five years ago to curb the potential for clashes between fans.

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A youth group that’s going from strength to strength has been given a boost.

The Cynwyd Youth Association have received a £500 donation from Ifor Williams Trailers who  have a factory in the village near Corwen.

The organisation was officially established last summer and now meets twice weekly on the astro turf playground next to the local school, Ysgol Bro Dyfrdwy.

Up to 30 children and young people aged between six and 17 attend and they’re now hoping to attract more girls to  come along.

The youngsters will be involved in the decision on what the money is spent on.

Volunteer Nia Gwynfor said: “Getting money from Ifor Williams trailers is incredibly important for something community-based like this and the donation will make a real difference.

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